Special Report: Greenland

Greenland school

On the ground at North American Nickel’s Maniitsoq property | Courtesy of North American Nickel

For nearly 250 years, Greenland has – off and on – been home to mines and miners. Today, the Greenlandic government has thrown open its doors to miners with a revamped mining code, a new geosciences portal and support for a mining school. And miners have accepted the invitation.

Exploration and development

An overview. Compiled by Kate Sheridan

Job ready

Greenland school has been training up miners to be ready for this moment. By Kate Sheridan

Access supplied

Newly launched data portal opens the door to exploration. By Kate Sheridan

Nickel concentrated

Mark Fedikow on North American Nickel’s growing foothold in Greenland. By Ryan Bergen

A ruby-studded first step

Red stones will be the initial jewel in the crown for Greenland’s nascent mining industry as True North Gems puts the pieces in place for its Aappaluttoq ruby project. By Chris Windeyer

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